Were you always the good girl?

Hi Gorgeous,

I caught up with one of my childhood girlfriends this week during the snowstorm and we were strategizing her next career move.

You see this girl was always the good girl.  She played by the rules and did everything "right". She worked hard, busted her butt to advance in her career, had the perfect marriage, was perfectly thin and beautiful, and the perfect apartment on the Upper East Side of NYC where her boys went to the perfect private schools.

And guess what happened next?

In her 46th year of life, she had enough and finally decided to stop playing by the rules. She no longer had to prove to anyone that she was good at following the rules or that she was just good enough in general.  

She knew something had to give.  She knew it was time to break free of her chrysalis and spread her wings because she had morphed into a beautiful, big, gorgeous butterfly--but just didn't know what to do with her newfound self next. 

What is the moral of the story?

I see you.  I see those of you who've been playing by the rules your whole life and are frustrated with where you're at because you had no idea that you could have had fun along the way.  Or recreated the rules to seamlessly fit into your life and made you feel like a total rockstar.

You see, playing by the rules doesn't guarantee happiness or success.  For some of you, it means you may even finish last.  And for most of you, it leaves you yearning for more.  For something so much bigger and better than where you're at.  

What if I told you that not only do you not have to play by the rules to get what you want, but that doing so was holding you back?  How would it feel to actually break the rules in order to get what you wanted?  What would your life look life if you could have fun while you cooked up your happiest vision for your future self?  And that doing all of the above would give you a direct path to your dreams and having exactly what you wanted?

This is not some woo-woo-fluff nonsense, here-- this is the real deal of what is possible for you if you decide you want it.

If you want to step up, reclaim your power, and live a gorgeous year of saying yes to you, let's talk.  I have created some very big magic that only five of you will be able to access.  It will require you to step into a place of joy, power, and commitment to yourself.  It will ask you to let go of what no longer serves you and to destroy and uncreate old, tired, self-limiting beliefs.  But it will enable you to grow in countless ways and unleash your limitless potential.  So if you're ready to take the leap, email me at esther@estherblum.com and we can have a chat.  Fasten your seatbelts and get ready! 

Live Gorgeously,
Esther

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